Spartanburg attorney, Kristin Gray, authored the Expert Analysis, “Slippery Super Bowl Should Raise OSHA Red Flags For Cos.,” to Law360.
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Remote workers have fueled a surge in weekday exercise, cosmetics and leisure — especially at the driving range.
Before lashing out, take a moment to pause and reflect.
There was a time when the notion of “safety” focused primarily on things like how to use a garden tool without losing a finger, how to prevent slipping in the shower, or how to avoid an intersection pile-up during rush hour traffic.
Work isn’t just a place where people do their jobs. It’s also where they learn more about themselves, uncover their strengths and weaknesses, and connect with the people around them.
Employers should support the physical and mental wellbeing of their employees with a comprehensive package of self-care benefits, this digital mental health leader says.
The new buzzword will do little to make employees feel more valued
Home health care agency didn’t violate wage law by docking PTO, court says
To lure back workers and compete with the convenience of home, companies are offering more substantial perks and giving architects freedom to experiment.
When President Joe Biden introduced his pick to become the next Labor Secretary two weeks ago, the mood in the East Room erupted with such a raucous welcome, the President seemed briefly taken aback.
In a narrow 20-17 vote on Tuesday, the state’s Senate voted to revoke legislation that allows workers in union jobs to opt out of membership and dues paying, sending it back to the state’s House for final approval
Rolling back restrictions on child labor and dismantling public education will make the country far more unequal. For today’s GOP, that’s a feature, not a bug.
A onetime aide to former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo who accused him of sexual harassment in a federal lawsuit has filed a separate lawsuit against the state
Lawyers for NFL coach Brian Flores and two other Black coaches asked a judge Tuesday to reconsider her decision letting some of a federal lawsuit’s racial discrimination claims against the league and its teams possibly go before commissioner Roger Goodell in arbitration proceedings rather than before a jury.
Three years ago, California voters approved Proposition 22, the “Protect App-Based Drivers and Services Act,” which allowed app-based rideshare and delivery companies to hire drivers as independent contractors if certain conditions were met. This week the California Court of Appeal mostly upheld the Proposition as constitutional.
Proposition 22 went into